By Richard Rost 19 months ago
How to Add a Save Button to Your Access Forms
Access automatically saves records to the underlying table whenever you move from record to record, or close a form. However, sometimes people want to click a save button to feel good about themselves. In this video, I'll show you how to create one.
A few people have asked me why I use Form Operations > Refresh Form Data instead of Record Operations > Save Record. Honestly, it's because I forgot about Save Record. I never use the Command Button Wizard unless I'm teaching a class. I always just make a button and put one line of code in it: Me.Refresh. So that's why my brain was leaning towards Refresh Form Data. Both work exactly the same.
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